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Subject: a good 1993 show
I'm not a '90's / Vince Welnick fan. This surprisingly clean and fresh. glad i decided to listen to it.
Subject: Killer show
Regardless of the era, this is an upper echelon show. 2nd set blew our minds. Great board, too.
Subject: Top 5 for me
I saw thirty or so between 89-95. This show is criminally underrated. I remember I was in my early 20's and I took my ex girldfriend whom I'd turned on to the Dead. The show is stellar from top to bottom. Days is haunting remarkable. I disagree with the other reviewer who wasn't impressed with Playin. The Playing starts out with fierce intensity and Jerry is ripping through sclaes. Theyr'e listening intently to one another and it goes places. I didn't realize they covered LSD and I went bonkers when it was the encore. Every first set new song sounds studio perfect. This show is what I love about the Dead.
Subject: Shakedown and Lazy River Road
I'm only partially into the show, but what a smoking shakedown! Great Lazy River Road, also.
I'm looking forward to set II.
The five stars are for the Shakedown alone.
Let's All Be Cheerful -
Subject: Pretty good show
The first set is solid -- Jerry sounds strong and engaged, and the band follows suit. Second set is hit or miss -- Fingers isn't bad but PTOB through Space is disappointing, the jams just meander around. But Jerry delivers bigtime on Days.
Subject: tracking error
picasso moon is actually lucy in the sky with diamonds
so all the listings for the second set are off by one
good sounding show... don't usually listen past '91 but this is nice... esp the lazy river road
getting old daddy -
Subject: LOST A FEW YEARS THAT SHOW
WOW, I HAD A FANTASIC TIME THAT DAY..... SHAKEDOWN HELPED ME MOVE DOWN THE RIGHT ROAD.....
An all around nice show. Another sweet remaster by C Miller. Thanx Charlie.